Given how flat and smooth Screen Goo 2.0 lays after application, there’s no real performance benefit to a sprayed application on a flat surface. In most circumstances involving a flat, two-dimensional surface, rolling will be the preferred application method.
However, the world isn’t flat and projections on three dimensional surfaces are increasingly common. Hemispheres, compound curves, 3D models and more are all becoming popular grounds for projection.
Since a roller won’t cover these types of shapes, spraying is the only application option for incorporating all of Screen Goo’s benefits to non-2D surfaces. Screen Goo 2.0 has been engineered to spray beautifully and competent, practiced sprayers will achieve brilliant results.